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Suk

 

(also Pokot, Bawgott), a people inhabiting regions along the upper Turkwel River between Kenya and Uganda. Population in Kenya, 93,000 (1969 census); population in Uganda, 30,000 (estimate). The Marakwet, Endo, and Kadam peoples are related to the Suk. The Suk language belongs to the southeastern group of Nilotic languages. Religious beliefs include ancestor and nature worship; Christianity is also practiced. The chief occupations are terraced farming in the mountainous regions and cattle raising on the plains.

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The next recording of Suk'sA Summer's Tale was made some 27 years later, in February 1984, when Supraphon produced the first digital disc, featuring the Czech Philharmonic, conducted by Libor PeSek.
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A repatriated Japanese abductee says that Megumi Yokota, who was abducted to North Korea in 1977 at age 13, taught the Japanese language to a North Korean woman called ''Suk Ki,'' sources close to the abduction issue said Saturday.
And there in the distance, along the scabby skyline, Suk's spent days shone blue, small and healthy, devoid of calendar names in the happily vanishing herd, free of him and his worries, leaving dust in their wake.
By JEANNIE SUK. Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press.